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ZERMATT

Sightseeing tours in Zermatt

Limousine Sightseeing Tours in Zermatt

Luxury limousine sightseeing tours in Zermatt

SIGHTSEEING TOURS

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ZERMATT

Limousine Sightseeing Tours in Zermatt

EdelSwiss Limousine Company organizes sightseeing tours in Zermatt, straight from the airport upon your arrival or any other location in Switzerland, or neighboring countries.
Enjoy the most stunning landscapes from the comfort of our luxury limousine with your own private chauffeur at your command.

Zermatt is known as one of the best ski and winter centers in the world, nestled in a valley and enclosed by nine of the ten highest mountains in Europe.
A peaceful and quiet mountain village, just beneath the huge looming peak of Matterhorn, Zermatt is a heaven for tourists and winter sports enthusiasts from around the world.

From the moment you step into Zermatt and take a breath of fresh alpine air, you’ll know you’re at a special place.
The first thing most visitors realize upon arriving is that internal combustion engine vehicles are not allowed in Zermatt.

The closest you’ll get to Zermatt in a car is the town of Täsch, from where you can walk, or take an electric car or a horse-drawn cab.
The fact that there are no bustling and fume-spitting vehicles makes walking through the winding streets of Zermatt very pleasant and refreshing.

The nearest airport to Zermatt is Sion, but due to its very limited flight schedule, most tourists opt for Geneva or Zurich Airport.

Although riddled with top-class hotels, exclusive shops, bars, restaurants, and night spots, Zermatt is still a small village open and friendly to all visitors.

Here are the things that make Zermatt special:

– 29 mountains soaring over 4000m,
– Nine of the ten highest mountains in Europe surround Zermatt
– Klein Matterhorn – the highest ski lift in Europe 3899m
– The largest summer skiing area in the Alps
– The longest winter skiing season in Europe (late November to early May)
– The longest constantly open ski run in Europe – open late November to mid April
– Visit Gornergrat – accessible all year long via the railroad, it offers a majestic panoramic view